Keynes: A non-sequetor of Wicksell Hayek accuses Keynes of being ignorant of the contributions of Böhm-Bawerk in the treatment of capital, presuming that Keynes could not read German and was thus unaware of the German literature. Keynes, however, acknowledged Spiethoff, Knapp, and mainly Wicksell, whose writings at the time were mostly available in German. There… Continue reading Keynes: A non-sequetor of Wicksell
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